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Formal head and shoulders portrait of Rachel Fuller Brown wearing a labcoat

Portrait of Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in their laboratory

Group portrait of Rachel Fuller Brown and other women receiving honorary doctorates at Mount Holyoke College in 1972.

Portrait of Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen, standing in front of a chalkboard, dressed in labcoats.

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Education of Rachel Fuller Brown

3 Educational Institution(s) are currently recorded in Wikidata about Rachel Fuller Brown

Timeline of Rachel Fuller Brown

Moments are currently recorded in Wikidata about Rachel Fuller Brown

People Relevant to Rachel Fuller Brown

1 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Rachel Fuller Brown

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  • American microbiologist

Map of Rachel Fuller Brown and Influence

8 Locations are currently recorded in Wikidata about Rachel Fuller Brown

National Inventors Hall of Fame
Springfield
Albany
United States of America
Mount Holyoke College
Harvard University
University of Chicago
Schlesinger Library

Awards of Rachel Fuller Brown

2 Awards & Honors Recieved By Rachel Fuller Brown Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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  • Reference Link: http://www.theaic.org/award_winners/chem_pioneer.html#cpa70s
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  • Reference Link: http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/~sch00478
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  • Commons Creator page: Rachel Fuller Brown
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  • FAST ID: 67638
    authority control identifier in WorldCat's “FAST Linked Data” authority file
  • WikiTree person: Brown-84635
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  • SNAC Ark ID: w6r78w70
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  • National Inventors Hall of Fame ID: 20
    identifier for an inductee in the United States National Inventors Hall of Fame
  • Commons category: Rachel Fuller Brown
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  • American National Biography ID: 1302018
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  • Reference Link: https://asteria.fivecolleges.edu/findaids/mountholyoke/mshm209.html
    This source was used to derive statements made in Wikidata that describe Rachel Fuller Brown